GOPers Kyl, Graham Seek to Change Citizenship Clause of 14th Amendment

August 2, 2010


2 Responses to “GOPers Kyl, Graham Seek to Change Citizenship Clause of 14th Amendment”

  1. majii on August 2nd, 2010 4:19 pm

    According to Media Matters, the Supreme Court has already upheld this clause in the 14th Amendment. I don’t understand why these two are ginning up fear on this issue. Could it be that they see newborns as a threat to them in some way?

    We should expect more than this level of competence from all of our members of Congress. Graham is/was a military lawyer, so it would seem that he knows SOMETHING about the Constitution. I follow politics in SC, and I think this is Graham’s attempt at mitigating the anger of the tea partiers.

  2. Old Man Dotes on August 2nd, 2010 4:48 pm

    Jon Kyl was not born in Arizona, and by his own logic, should not be permitted to hold public office as a representative of that State.

    I should very much like to see proof that the grandparents (or if appropriate, great-grandparents) of both Kyl and Graham entered this country legally. Did they have permission of the legal owners of the continent – the native Americans who were displaced by force of arms?

    There’s a special place in Hell for hypocrites like Kyl and Graham. I would like them to go there immediately.

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